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FACT or FICTION – PLASTIC BAG MYTHS BUSTED

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Plastic bags are recyclable

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Plastic bags use less carbon emissions to be produced than paper or cotton bags

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You cannot reuse a plastic bag

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Paper bags are recyclable and compostable

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Paper bags use more water to be produced

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Paper bags use less energy to be produced than plastic bags

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Reusable Non-Woven Polypropylene (NWPP) bags are very long-lasting and can hold up to hundreds of uses

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A reusable NWPP bag requires at least 22 uses to equal the impact of one single-use plastic bag

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Consumers typically forget to bring NWPP bags shopping with them only 20% of the time

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The average score is 69%

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Sustainability Terms

SUSTAINABILITY TERMS QUIZ

Are you ready to embark on a journey to learn more about common sustainability terms within the flexible packaging industry? Buckle up, it’s time to test your knowledge!

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What does EPR stand for?

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What does MRF stand for?

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What does PCR stand for?

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What does PIR stand for?

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Match the term to the definition

Biodegradable
Compostable
Ocean Bound Plastic
Bio-Based Materials

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The average score is 64%

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